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Eothen

£24.99

Product description

Small volume half bound with red calf spine and corners, and red marbled boards. Light wear on the corners, heavier wear on the spine with scuffing, uneven fading and chipping at the top. Gilt title and embossed bands on the spine. Foxing on the endpapers and very occasionally in the text. Top edge is gilt, other edges are untrimmed. 308 pages on lightweight paper resulting in a slim volume. Volume CV in the Collection of British Authors. Referred to as 'Traces of travel brought home from the East', this was the author's first literary venture, originally published in 1844. It was immediately a very popular work of Eastern travel in which he described a journey he made about ten years earlier in Syria, Palestine and Egypt, together with his Eton contemporary Lord Pollington. This 1846 book is therefore a very early edition.

Item details

Added value:
Early edition, very good condition
Author(s):
Kinglake, A W
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1846
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
Bernhard Tauchnitz

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Small volume half bound with red calf spine and corners, and red marbled boards. Light wear on the corners, heavier wear on the spine with scuffing, uneven fading and chipping at the top. Gilt title and embossed bands on the spine. Foxing on the endpapers and very occasionally in the text. Top edge is gilt, other edges are untrimmed. 308 pages on lightweight paper resulting in a slim volume. Volume CV in the Collection of British Authors. Referred to as 'Traces of travel brought home from the East', this was the author's first literary venture, originally published in 1844. It was immediately a very popular work of Eastern travel in which he described a journey he made about ten years earlier in Syria, Palestine and Egypt, together with his Eton contemporary Lord Pollington. This 1846 book is therefore a very early edition.

Added value:
Early edition, very good condition
Author(s):
Kinglake, A W
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1846
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
Bernhard Tauchnitz

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